Where Do I Find Kinderwhore Dresses?

It’s not as easy to find beautiful dresses suited for Kinderwhore after the nineties. It seems that our dreams for a closet full of vintage, whorable dresses was not meant to be, and that they have all been snatched up. But there are still some sources that if you search well enough, you can find that perfect fit.

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  • Vintage dresses are the way the original Kinderwhores dressed!
  • You can find great old-fashioned and vintage dressed at Thrift-stores. A great thing to do to older-fashioned dresses (I wouldn’t advise cutting vintage) would be to alter them to the your favoured length and/or change-up detailing.
  • Regular stores often have baby-doll dresses (okay, maybe not as many as when the Spice Girls were popular) and the classic black dress with a peter pan collar is a staple that you can find almost anywhere.
  • Custom stores like: My Best Sunday Dress.
  • Ebay/etsy! Etsy can be very expensive since it is mostly vintage and custom made but has gorgeous and unique pieces. I’ve had the best results while searching the key word “dolly dress”.
  • Perfect patterns can be made from older children’s dress patterns! You will just have to convert the sizing. EBay is great for very cheap patterns.
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What To Look Out For?

  • Unique collars
  • Lace detailing
  • Empire waists
  • Chiffon
  • Delicate beading
  • Floral patterns
  • Child-like or feminine dresses
  • Tea dresses.
  • Victorian details.
  •  Polka dots.
  • Princess sleves
  • Smock fronts or lace panels.

What are your tips to finding awesome dresses? Have you had any wow moments of finding that perfectly Kinderwhore dress for ridiculously cheap? Interesting Sources:

Kinderwhore, Part 2: Dresses Galore!
Kinderwhore: 1990’s Fashion #1


  1. May 28, 2013 / 12:26 am

    I always go to Goodwill and look at all the white babydoll dresses.

  2. May 28, 2013 / 3:38 am

    a lot of gyaru dresses are exactly the same cut/silhouette as the kinderwhore dresses. Just thought I'd share, since I was on this exact hunt a few months ago.

  3. May 28, 2013 / 6:43 am

    A tip is to buy vintage lace collars and add to a newer dress. In that way you can alter the lenght of the dress without feeling guilty.

  4. May 28, 2013 / 7:16 am

    All your tips are awesome. :3

    I'll be sure to use them when I persevere in my search!

  5. June 13, 2013 / 8:43 pm

    They're such a cute style of dresses :3 I usually don't go shopping with just one style in mind though ^^ I just buy things I need and things I really like and/or will fit into my wardrobe nicely.

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